Rover Li 100A 12/24/36/48V MPPT Solar Charge Controller

Rover Li 100A 12/24/36/48V MPPT Solar Charge Controller
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SKU: RNG-CTRL-RVR100
AU$699.99 - AU$724.99
Bluetooth Module *

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AU stock, usually ships in 1 to 3 business days.

 

Description

Introducing the new 100A Rover MPPT Charge Controller, the largest Rover controller that Renogy has to offer. Capable of supporting up to 1300 watts on 12 volts, 2600 watts on 24 volts, 3900 watts on 36V and 5200 watts on 48V. This off-grid controller was designed for large-scale projects, both mobile and stationary. For even more power, users can utilize a unique feature limited to this Rover and connect two 100A Rover controllers in parallel for a total of 200 amps! This smart charge controller can also conveniently self-diagnose itself in the event of an error and can be remotely controlled through the Renogy BT app using the Renogy BT-1 Bluetooth Module. By pairing the Rover with the BT-1 and the Renogy BT app through Bluetooth, users can easily monitor and adjust their solar system straight from their phones.

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Key Features

  • Automatically detects 12V, 24V, 36V and 48V DC system voltages. Compatible with various Deep Cycle battery options: Sealed, Gel, Flooded, and Lithium.
  • Innovative MPPT technology with high tracking efficiency up to 99% and peak conversion efficiency of 98%.
  • Electronic protection against reverse polarity, overcharging, over-discharging, overload, short-circuiting, and reverse current.
  • LCD screen and multiple LED indicators for displaying system operation information, customizable parameters, and error codes.
  • Capable of charging over-discharged lithium batteries.
  • RS232 and RS485 ports. RS232 allows the Rover to communicate with the BT-1 Bluetooth module, which can pair with the Renogy BT smartphone app. RS485 allows Rovers to be parallled.

DOWNLOAD LINKS

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Package Includes

Rover Li 100 Amp MPPT Charge Controller

Rover Li 40 Amp MPPT Solar Charge Controller

1 x

 

Remote Temperature Sensor

Remote Temperature Sensor

1 x

 

Controller Paralleling Cable

 Controller Paralleling Cable

1 x

 

Options: BT-1 Bluetooth Module

BT-1 Bluetooth Module

1 x

 

 
Rover 100 Amp MPPT Solar Charge Controller  
Nominal Voltage: 12V/24V/36V/48V Auto Recognition Rated Charge Current:100A
Max. PV Input Power: 1300W/12V; 2600W/24V; 3900W/36V; 5200W/48V Max. PV Input Voltage: 150VDC (25°C), 140VDC(-25°C)
Self-Consumption: 2.7W - 2.9W Operating Temperature: -35°C to +45°C
Temperature Compensation: -3mV/°C/2V (default) Dimensions: 12.00 x 17.44 x 4.35 in / 30.5 x 44.3 x 11.1 cm
Weight: 22 lb. / 10 kg Enclosure: IP32
Terminals: 25mm², 4AWG  
Options: BT-1 Bluetooth Module  
Communication Protocol: RS232 Port Type: RJ12
Input Voltage: 12V Protection Grade: IP54
Standby Power Consumption: 0.04W Operating Power Consumption: 0.05W
Communication Range: ≤82ft Serial Baud Rate: Fixed Baud Rate 9600bps
Cable Length: 5.00 m (16.4 ft) Dimensions: 2.65 X 1.38 X 0.55 in (67.3 X 35 X 14 mm)
Operation Temperature: -20℃~85℃(-4°F to 185°F) Weight: 130g (4.58oz)
 

Warranty Information

 
Accessories 1-year material warranty
 

Certification

 
Renogy Rover  MPPT Solar Charge Controller
 
 
Please click the links below to download Manual:
Renogy BT-1 Bluetooth Module
 
 

 

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Rover 100amp mppt

Tony Dawes on Apr 27th 2021

I saw this on Trent and Allie along with the batteries. I purchased this knowing it would be big but not this big(yes it has the specs) as I have the 3000w inverter as well plus 4 Renogy 170amp batteries. The size is an issue, with having a Victron 3000w multiplus inverter charger as well to fit in the caravan plus the smaller 100/50 x2 and one 100/30 Victron controllers it's just too big. Don't get me wrong I like it, it does what it says though less than a Victron one and also maybe 5 times the size. The app for Victron is better than the DC Home. What has now spoiled me from getting another is that it has gone up nearly $200 in just a matter of weeks from when I purchased it and I have been looking at this for quite a while now. My intention was to get another or maybe 2 more but they have just priced themselves out of the marlket for what it has to offer compared to Victrons 150/85 as i know this can go over than what they say. In short it does what it says, though too big and priced out now.